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Draw a diagram to solve each problem.1. QR intersects ST at point U. If the measure of &QUT is 1238 and the measure of &TUR is 578, what is the measure of &SUR?

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  1. anonymous
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    |dw:1328824565876:dw| Is the diagram like this? Do you mean angle QUT = 1238 degrees?

  2. anonymous
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    i dont know all it says is draw a diagram

  3. anonymous
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    Are you sure with the measures? Does it say ANGLE QUT or triangle QUT? I'm asking cause &TUR means nothing :P

  4. anonymous
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    thats the page

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    |dw:1328824998968:dw| This should help.

  6. anonymous
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    sorry i cant really read it wat does it say?? and also can u help on the other 2??

  7. anonymous
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    Sure, wait. QUT = 123 degrees. TUR = 57 degrees. QUS = 180-123 = 57 degrees. RUS = 180-57 = 123 degrees.

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    wait wat?? it says wat is the measure of SUR.

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    The measure of SUR = 180-57 = 123 degrees.

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    oh thanks can u help with the rest?? if u cant i understand

  11. anonymous
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    I will, till what time are you on?

  12. anonymous
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    i have till im done with these questions

  13. anonymous
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    Okay let me see.

  14. anonymous
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    Ans.2: Let other 2 angles be x Add them all 3 =180 x+90+16 = 180 x=180-90-16 x=74 degrees The measures of other 2 angles are 90, 74.

  15. anonymous
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    ok so number 3...

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    Ans.3) Angle bisector makes angle=27 So angle itself = 27*2 = 54 degrees. Second one, 34*2 = 68 degrees. Third angle be x x=180-54-68 x=58 degrees. Third angle is 58 degrees.

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    ok so number 4

  18. anonymous
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    so

  19. anonymous
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    vegeance u got any idea??

  20. anonymous
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    I am solving them hold on.

  21. anonymous
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    oh srry

  22. anonymous
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    Okay so, Ans.4) Length of BE= 3 cm.

  23. anonymous
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    Ans.5) JK = JL since they both are radii of same circle, a triangle with 2 equal sides is an isosceles triangle. So JKL = Isosceles triangle.

  24. anonymous
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    thanks so much!!

  25. anonymous
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    So what do I get? :P

  26. anonymous
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    lol i gave u a medal

  27. anonymous
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    wat else do u want??

  28. anonymous
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    You to try and learn them :P so you can do better by yourself next time :)

  29. anonymous
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    lol ok

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